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To vs. too?

too sign
  • mmAlanna Madden
  • December 1, 2019
  • grammar

While to and too look and sound similar, they are separate words with different uses in English grammar.

Words That Start With N: Your Scrabble Cheat Sheet

letter N

If you’re looking for a nice way to show you're a nimblewit, nothing beats naming a few words that start with the letter N.

Words That Start With U: Your Scrabble Cheat Sheet

letter U

If you need an unassuming way to show off your urbane vocabulary, try unveiling a few underrated words that start with the letter U.

Capital vs. capitol

capitol hill
  • mmAlanna Madden
  • November 25, 2019
  • grammar

The word capitol is a noun primary used for names of government buildings in state capitals and, more specifically, in Capitol Hill, Washington D.C.

Among vs. amongst?

amongst
  • mmAlanna Madden
  • November 24, 2019
  • grammar

The debate between over among vs. amongst has existed within the English language for centuries, starting from Old and Middle English to present.

Words That Start With J: Your Scrabble Cheat Sheet

letter J

If you’re looking for a joyful way to jumpstart your vocabulary, jabber a few words that start with the letter J.

Words That Start With A: Your Scrabble Cheat Sheet

Words That Start With A: Your Scrabble Cheat Sheet

If you’re looking for an advantageous way to advance your vocabulary, begin by admiring a few words that start with the letter A.

How Many Sentences are in a Paragraph?

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Standard Essay Structure For high school papers, many teachers expect to see an essay structure that follows a particular formula.

Words That Start With Y: Your Scrabble Cheat Sheet

letter Y

Just for yucks, if you're looking to expand your vocabulary, begin by learning a few words that start with the letter Y.